Syrian refugees, Best Video’s transition into the nonprofit sphere, and one seasoned artist’s take on where the city’s art scene is going: those were among the hot topics on shows aired today on WNHH radio. Listen to them below.
Today’s programs aired on WNHH radio tackled cultural and institutional racism on Yale University’s campus, what it means to be in a “millionaire mindset,” and the next stage in development throughout New Haven. It’s Veterans Day; we reflected on that too.
As emergency budget talks commence in Hartford, the state’s leading elected Republican said his party has found a way to plug much of the new deficit hole: Complete some unfinished business with labor unions.
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Two years after a grueling, close campaign, Mayor Toni Harp won a second term with 89 percent of the vote Tuesday, in part by making converts—or at least neutralizing critics—in East Rock, Westville and the East Shore.
If elected New Haven’s next mayor, Ron Smith plans to call Bill Gates and ask him to start a “computer chip company” in the Dixwell neighborhood as part of a way to boost the black community’s fortunes.